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  • Fluent in English
  • 41, Male
  • Member since 2010
  • Structural Design Manager
  • Degree
  • From Derby, England
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About Me


I want to rebuild myself into a solid, robust machine that will travel the gloce accumulating knowledge that will eventually be on hand for my quest for world domination!


Love travelling around the globe and meeting fellow homosapiens from various places.


Role the dice..

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I havent participated yet. But i have been an avid backpacker over the years and met some people that have done it. So ive a fair idea of what its all about and the people invloved.


Writing this.


Squash, football, reading, movies, food, music, wine, beer, sherry, chinzano, cuba libres, cider, bitter, lager, whisky, LSD, depth charges, mushrooms, chinzano this - chainzano that

  • arts
  • writing
  • dining
  • cooking
  • wine
  • beer
  • movies
  • reading
  • traveling
  • billiards
  • music
  • backpacking
  • soccer
  • racquetball
  • mathematics
  • science
  • tourism
  • squash

Music, Movies, and Books

Movies: not anything too far fetched, deffo no sci-fi. Fairly choosy actually when it comes to movies and nothing that is too hard to follow.

Music: Think Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, The Charlatans, Oasis.
Chuck into the mix a fari dash of house music and mix it all up with some hip-hop, jazz, classical, soul and funk and add a pinch of, only joking, no pinches...

Autobiography, same as movies boring with nothing fictional! More recently science books. One i have really enjoyed just now is Genius of Britain. I love anything with heroes. Really clever people make good heroes for me...

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Best expereince of my life was doing the inca trail. Not the conventional one but a really hard one, a back route. I had virtually no trekking experince prior to it and it was a bit hair rasing at times - but massively rewarding in the end. Although we couldnt actually afford to see machu pichu to begin with because we had spent all our dollars on a local guide! Ups a daisy!

Teach, Learn, Share

Im good with people and buildings..

Science, mathematics. Not so much with the art and language to be fair.

Im very good at pool which is becasue of my miss-spent youth.

I want to be good at squash in the end. Im also a fairly good cook!

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